The Ministry of Transport estimated the development of the Moscow transport hub until 2024 at 305.2 billion rubles. follows from the passport of the federal project "Communication between the centers of economic growth." His copy, the authenticity of which was confirmed by a federal official, is at the disposal of RBC. These materials are included in the package of documents of the main infrastructure development plan submitted to the government by the Ministry of Economic Development.
According to the documents, 225.2 billion rubles are planned to be allocated to the Moscow transport hub from the federal budget in 2019-2024, and 13 billion rubles from regional budgets. and 67.1 billion rubles. - extrabudgetary sources.
Financing will increase passenger traffic at the site by 2025 to 1.6 billion people, compared to 600 million in 2012. The project provides for the reconstruction and development of the Small Ring of the Moscow Railway. According to the Moscow Central Ring, which was launched in 2016, the interval of traffic is planned to be reduced to 4 minutes. The funds are also planned to be directed to the Moscow Central Diameters (IDCs) and to the projects of creating interchange hubs of the WDC with the central ring.
In addition, the project also includes the construction of an additional railway track on the way to Domodedovo airport.
The project "Communication between the centers of economic growth" includes, in addition to the Moscow transport hub, the development of a suburban communication in St. Petersburg (18.9 billion rubles is proposed for it), in Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg (17.1 billion rubles). and in the Nizhny Novgorod agglomeration (0.89 billion rubles). Thus, according to the estimates of the Ministry of Transport, there are 36.9 billion rubles for these projects, which is eight times less than for the Moscow transport hub.
The IDC project - the through traffic of electric trains from different points of the Moscow region through the capital - was presented by the Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin and the general director of RZD Oleg Belozerov to President Vladimir Putin in the fall of 2017. Sobyanin asked Putin to give an order "to consider this project as one of the priority within the Moscow transport hub." "We will do so," Putin replied.
The mayor of Moscow said that in all possible construction of up to 17 diametrical lines. However, so far six are planned so far, RBC said in July in a source in the capital's transport department: Odintsovo-Lobnya, Nakhabino-Podolsk, Zelenograd-Ramenskoe, Korolev-Aprelevka, Nakhabino-Zheleznodorozhny and Pushkino-Podolsk.